Union Vote Not Favored by UNM Provost

NEXT MONTH, FACULTY MEMBERS AT THE UNIVERSITY OF NEW MEXICO WILL VOTE ON CREATING A UNION. AND THE UNIVERSITY’S PROVOST DOESN’T LIKE THE IDEA. ACCORDING TO THE ALBUQUERQUE JOURNAL, PROVOST JAMES PAUL HOLLOWAY HAS ISSUED A MEMO, SAYING A UNION WOULD NOT BE IN THE BEST INTEREST OF UNM.

HOLLOWAY WROTE THAT A SYSTEM DRIVEN BY DISTINCTION, QUALITY OF IDEAS AND IMPACT OF INDIVIDUALS ARE INCONSISTENT WITH THE CORE LABOR PROTECTION IDEAS OF UNIONISM. IN RESPONSE, LAW LIBRARY PROFESSOR ERNESTO LONGA CALLED THE E-MAIL A CLASSIC UNION-BUSTING TECHNIQUE.

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